Object Exchange Protocol
The Object Exchange Protocol (OBEX) technology for Windows Mobile provides an efficient, compact binary protocol that enables a wide range of devices to exchange data spontaneously in a simple, efficient manner. This technology works over Bluetooth and Infrared Data Association (IrDA) protocols.
OBEX is primarily used as a push or pull application.
It performs a function that is similar to Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) but it does not require the resources that an HTTP server requires. This makes OBEX perfect for low-end devices with limited resources.
Provides reference information about each of the available OBEX programming elements.
Provides information about changes in OBEX support that you need to know when migrating this functionality from previous versions.
Describes OBEX client and server support in Windows Mobile.
Describes the registry settings that enable and configure OBEX functionalities that can be added to your OS design.
Provides information about OBEX security and best practices.